Institute of Languages

English for Hospitality and Tourism

Endowed with stunning beaches, breathtaking scenery and colorful cultural traditions, Vietnam has become one of the world’s “must-visit” destinations. According to the General Statistics Office, Vietnam welcomed 12.9 million foreign visitors in 2017 and another 13 million in the first ten months of 2018, an annual increase of 20%. This generates a strong demand for a highly-trained, professionals with the relevant practical skills. DTU offers an English for Hospitality and Tourism major meet this increasing, vital local need.


Are you thinking about becoming a Tour Guide? Do you enjoy meeting new people, exploring new places and providing expert customer service? If so, enrolling in English for Hospitality and Tourism at DTU is a great pathway to your future career.

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DTU lecturers and students of English for Hospitality and Tourism




- The English for Tourism and Hospitality course focuses on Listening and Speaking, but also helps develop strong Reading and Writing skills, so that graduates can work equally effectively as interpreters or translators in local Vietnamese and international travel companies.




- Knowledge of English 

- Knowledge of Hospitality and Tourism Management

- Knowledge of different cultures and people

- Soft-skills and specific requirements needed to succeed in this field


The course is taught by qualified Vietnamese and foreign lecturers. Field trips are arranged to local resorts, hotels and travel agencies to familiarize students with the real working environment.


Academic Programs


  • Year of founding: 1997

    Address: Room 303, DTU Faculty of Foreign Languages - 03 Quang Trung, Danang

    Tel: 0236.3827.111 (ext 303)



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